Wednesday, 21 September 2011

British Party, Economic Policies: Combined Contract

Combined Contract
Britain should strive to be self-sufficient in agricultural products that can be grown on home soil, and ensure that jobs in the field of agriculture are assigned to British workers following a combined contract of employment.

Flexibility within such a contract would allow workers to alternate between seasonal work on farming estates and factory or other employment. A central State fund covering this form of combined contract would guarantee pay to cover holiday, sickness, maternity and redundancy for the workers, relieving private sector employers from these particular expenses.

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